Anchorage police are searching for a person of interest in the Nov. 7 homicide of James Page at the Black Angus Inn.

Police say the man caught on surveillance footage was at the Black Angus Inn on the day of the homicide. Detectives believe he has information to help solve this crime, a release from the department said on Monday, Jan. 21.

This is the second person of interest APD has asked for the public's help locating in the case. Just last month, police searched for and found Toni A. Anaruk, 31, who they also believed was at the motel at the time of Page's death.

APD announced they were investigating Page's death as a homicide on Nov. 9. In a Nixle released the day before, officials said police responded to the hotel around 10:30 a.m. on Nov. 7 after reports of a dead man inside.

"The victim was assaulted and died as a result of those injuries," police wrote.

The victim was identified as 59-year-old Page. Based on evidence found at the scene, detectives determined the death to be suspicious, according to police.

Anyone with information should call dispatch at 311 or Crime Stoppers at 907-561-STOP.

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